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October 1999

From: MA
To: Acharya S
Subject: Paradise Found
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 14:58:23 -0500

Hey where's the rest of the story?

I can't find the book on Amazon or anywhere else. Are you still writing it? Or can I buy it somewhere else. Let me know... I have started reading the story on your web site and now want more!


Unfortunately, it has not been published yet.

From: SE
Subject: Christ Con
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 19:54:13 -0500

... Acharya, I cannot find the words to extend to you how grateful that I am for your book - words and more words, so many and many more than needed to prove your message. What I mean is, I had to lay the book down several times because the evidence is so overwhelming that it is almost embarrasing that you just "kept on going," way, way beyond what is necessary to "glean" the inside story. I have always considered myself to be one that just never has "fit in" with the know what i mean! I am behind u 100% and I will do all that I can to help your cause. But I do realize that your work is in the maverick area that most cannot muster to support because their very life's view is at stake.

Thank you so very much for speaking my mind so eloquently.

AND I am so angry. If somebody can offer up a remedy, I am open.. I am so angry, I am ready for WAR.... This is a subject that I feel ready to defend to the limits. I only hope that some others ... can identify and feel the real passion.

Date: Fri, 01 Oct 1999 21:02:57 -0500
From: DS
To: Acharya S

... First of all let me say this to you, Acharya. You're doing a fine job. You're shaking 'em up and that's got 'em hot. So how do ya luv dat?

When these fundamentalists start defending their beliefs, they ALWAYS end up wanting to send everybody that disagrees with them to HELL. So, it may sadistic but I think it's funny when these people squirm and moan the moment their precious convictions are challenged.

I see it like Emperor Tiberius said when some religious cranks wanted him to go after their enemies, "If the gods are offended let them see to it."

Hey if Yahweh is offended, let (H)im deal with it.

... Hitler did not invent anti-Semitism. It was alive and well in Christian Europe long before he exploited it to his own maniacal ends. Popes, prelates, bishops, kings ordered Jews to be exiled, persecuted, maimed, slaughtered and burned all in the name of Christ. And the common people gladly carried out these orders, confident they were doing "God's work".

Even Pope John Paul II apologized to the Jews for the acts of individual Christians during the Holocaust and FINALLY declared anti-Semitism to be a sin. But he didn't go nearly far enough in denouncing the institutionalized anti-Semitism of the Church which was rampant during most the first 1500 years of Christianity's existence.

Of course that would be admitting the fallibility of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church. And I can tell ya, that ain't happenin'!

From: DB
To: Acharya S
Subject: HERE!HEAR! ( I think that I love You)
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 1999 07:49:34 -0500

It's about time! I've been asking questions for years of many leaders of the Christian Faith and have been asked to leave them or their churches. The one that really irritates them the most or causes the ever so popular response that I'm possessed is: "If 'GOD' created the Universe, then who created 'GOD.'" I've just learned of your book and will be ordering same post-haste! Thank You from one "who is 'Possessed."

Would consider it an HONOR, to advise others of your works on my sites.

From: DB
To: Acharya S
Subject: your site
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 1999 08:11:16 +1000

An excellent presentation, with a wide view to the subject. I will be trying to read the lot. It would be helpful (although time consuming) if you could reference your facts for those of us trying to become as learned as you.

[I have many references on my site, particularly in my "Origins of Christianity" essay.

Date: Sat, 02 Oct 1999 13:04:07 -0400
To: Acharya S
From: DS
Subject: Donation

Dear Acharya,

... I applaud your efforts and encourage you to forge on.

From: CR
To: Acharya S
Subject: Your Site and Sound offs
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 09:18:28 -0300

Well, Thank all that's enlightened for you, you lovely, ranting, helpful teacher of the (finally) truth.

From: SH
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 12:32:15 EDT
Subject: The origins of Christianity

I have to tell you that what you wrote is absolutely amazing. I don't remember how I came across it, but I've had it bookmarked, meaning to read it, for some time now. Yesterday I finally got around TO reading it, and I don't know if I've stopped smiling since.

I'm probably not the age you had targeted for reading "The Origins of Christianity"; I'm 16. I grew up in a public school and 4 years ago I started attending a Christian school (not by choice, but you know how things like that go). I was closer to "finding God" when I came into that school, then I am now. The more I learn about the Bible, and the more I hear what's being taught and preached, the more I disagree.

I've had many "run-ins" with the politicals of that school because of my lack of belief in their religion. I've been banned from running for any student-government or leadership positions because I refused to sign a paper stating that I had, "accepted Jesus Christ" as my "Lord and Savior."

All of this is probably unimportant to you ... everything that you wrote, was what I've always felt. I've always wanted proof EXACTLY of this type to hand to those that didn't understand how I could disagree with "The Way." I've forwarded the link to your page to numerous people. One of them, the one who's trying hardest to convert me, wanted me to ask you:

Where do you think you're going when you die?

You don't have to write back to me, although I would be honored. I really just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you, and excellent work. Absolutely amazing ...

Well, thank you, my dear. Rather than being "unimportant," your message is most welcome. It is very unusual for such a young one to be so intelligent and wise! You are fortunate to be "liberated" so early on - it should save you a lotta pain.... As concerns your friend, my pat answer is that by our individual consciousness we determine where we "go" when we die. For Christians, there is a Christian "heaven" of their own designs, which would be my hell! (See the joke on my site.) For Buddhists, there is Nirvana. For atheists, there is nihilation. Hindus, of course, reincarnate, and Muslims get a paradise of milk and honey, filled with virgin girls and boys with earrings. So it goes. Keep up the good mischief. It might be interesting for you to check out my book The Christ Conspiracy, in which I lay it all out very plainly and rather irrefutably.

Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 03:38:32 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Universal Mind
To: Acharya S
From: IP

Hi Acharya,

I've just spent about 3 hours on your wonderful and very intelligent website. I have had many doubts about Christianity lately and your site is helping me to understand. It is tough coming out of findamentalism. I just purchased a book by U.S. Andersen, entitled, Three Magic Words (I Am God). It is a metaphysical book, stating that we are all connected to the Universal Mind. Do you know of any other books to help me to understand this better? I do intend to purchase The Christ Conspiracy soon - I can't wait to read it. Please explain if there were Christians martyred in the 1st century, thrown to lions, burned with oil and used as lights for Roman parties and living in the catacombs. Was this also all fiction or did this really happen?

I appreciate all the research you have made and your intelligence. I am also concerned about America and the political and religious intolerance. When you follow fundalmentalism a person gets very harsh and intolerant, I've been there and I am trying to change. Do you feel the Tao or Buddhism is a good discipline to follow or just stick to the metaphysical leanings, just to be and be the best I can be and to celebrate life. I loved all your essays. Please keep up the great work.

As I explain in Christ Con, the martyrdom claims are largely mythical, and none happened in the first century, because Christianity wasn't formulated until the second century. My feeling is that the Tao Te Ching represents the most sophisticated philosophy yet developed. I see it as the product of a very high culture.

Date: Mon, 04 Oct 1999 10:11:55 -0500
From: MC

... Thinking on religion... it seems to me that every last one of them revolves around our selfish, self-centered ego concentrated side of our nature... they promote it to maintain their hold by plying to our needs, desires and fears.

From my view of life; if each and every human being on this planet were a blade of grass, we would fill a football stadium compared to the existence that constitutes the known universe. As such, we are of about the same importance to the universe as we would hold a blade of grass... the universe is what it is aside from us.

Much to the chagrin of our collective ego... we are of absolutely no importance to it what so ever... no more so than we ourselves hold a grain of sand as important.

It is solely and entirely up to us to hold ourselves as sacred and as important as we wish to succeed as a life form and to make of our existence what it will be good or bad... it's our choice because we can now make a choice... religion does not offer choices... it is a defining mechanism that locks the mind into a mold of its creators... that being other human beings who reasons of their own...

Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 13:06:15 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: The Apostle Paul
To: Acharya S
From: IP

... was the apostle Paul into Mithraism because he was in the area where they practiced it and it is exactly like Christianity? Did Paul really exist?

Also, are you familiar with the book, The 12th Planet by Zechariah Sitchin? He believes that the planet Nibiru is on its way here according to the Sumerian Texts which he decoded. Could you help me with some of these questions. I trust you and I know you have researched many things and there are so many off the wall things out there.

... I feel these things are important to know. We'll never know everything, but at least we can be at ease to live this life to the best of our creative abilities without being squelched, which I feel religion has done.

As I outline in Christ Con, "Paul" is a combination of at least three characters: Apollonius of Tyana, Orpheus and the OT Saul. As for Sitchin, see the link above.

Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 14:49:53 -0700
From: LS
To: Acharya S
Subject: wonderful book!!!

Hi Acharya,

My husband and I are reading your wonderful book, THE CHRIST CONSPIRACY. We have been familiar with these concepts for many years, but have never seen them put together so beautifully before...

Best of luck with your book!

From: SS
To: "Acharya S"
Subject: Doubting Steven?
Date: Sat, 9 Oct 1999 10:50:52 -0400

Thanks for taking the time out of what has to be a busy schedule to respond to my post. After 20+ years of being a Borg-bot seeing the light is liberating. As I told J. Maxwell, I was an opened-minded Christian, and he indicated that he didn't know any. I really enjoyed the book. I went through it so quickly that I'll have to read it a second time. I've also sent a review to Amazon which should be listed in a week or so (2 thumbs up). I purchased the two-hour Naked Truth, which was a little sappy, but I thought my Christian friends could use the spirituality cushion since I know they won't read any of the books I've recommended. But so far they refused to watch any of the "devil's work." I really enjoy sticking it to them, and I've become more of a weirdo and outcast than I was before, although now it's hard for them to tolerate me. By the way, just like your post of the person who did the one paragraph explaining the Jesus myth, your final chapter checkmates any argument any Christian apologist can put forth. Much success with the book, and I look forward to hearing more from you in the future.

Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 12:44:02 -0500
From: DS
Subject: I've learned a lot from your site...Thanks
To: Acharya S


I know you're a busy lady, so I really appreciate you sending a reply. You're one of the few people on the Internet who I can actually identify with.

You're one of the boldest thinkers I've ever encountered and yet you're a real person with real interests and real hopes and dreams.

... It would be a real treat to have a conversation with someone as talented as you are.

From: DN
To: Acharya S
Subject: Christ Conspiracy
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 14:31:36 +0100

Dear Acharya [you sexy thing!,

I read your review of Icke's TBS book and have checked out your site some time ago. Excellent! ... I am just asking:

Can I take it your whole CC theory is on your site? I like to check my facts. Some geezer countered that there IS textual evidence of a "historical", that is "really" physical, man labelled JC. What gives?

Love and Lust ;-)

[Yep, you can read Origins of Christianity. Sorry, but the old geezer's wrong.

From: ***
To: Acharya S
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 08:04:17 +0200

Dear Acharya,

I have read through some of your materials and to say the least you are a brilliant woman. Your research is pristine but extremely unsettling. I am a seminarian studying in Rome for the Catholic priesthood. I can't say that your information was a source of solace for me but as a philosopher first, I must accept the truth no matter how painful the consequences. I studied philosophy before being sent to Rome and I excelled (as much as one can excel in such a subject) as least grade wise. I guess that this is a thank you note because you are the first person that was ever able to shake this ungrounded conviction that I thought I had. I am not sure if I am going to continue after this year since life is precious, and I don't want to waste the few decades of consciousness that I have.

Hi - With many more honest souls such as yours, we could truly create a better world. Take care, and thanks.

Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 16:41:26 -0600
From: SC
To: Acharya S

Hi, Acharya!

Wow, is that a cool fantasy come true...converting a priest :~) heheh Hot blooded women everywhere bow to you! And with mere words on paper and from thousands of miles away.... Oooooo, goddess, ya rock babe!! ha. Yup, I am enjoying the hell out of Christ Con -- this is the book I searched and searched for most of my life. And kudos to you for making it much more than a scholarly tome, but entertaining and thought provoking too. I can almost hear you, "come on, people, think with me here..." My extra copies I purchased just came in so starting tomorrow your work will be proudly donated by me to the public library. And I have pledged that as fast as the fuckin' fundies steal and destroy them, I will replace them. Pardon my lingo...

Thanks for all!

Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 05:15:08 -0500
From: JM
To: Acharya S
Subject: The Greatest Story Ever Sold

Dear Acharya,

Congratulations on your book! My wife and I have read it, and it was a pleasure. We will be giving copies for gifts. We found it easy to read, full of information and best of all footnoted!. I know it took a great deal of time and effort to write the book, and we are grateful that you cared enough to do it. I know also that you will probably catch a lot of flak for telling the truth, but we wanted you to know that there are many who will be grateful for your courage to tell it the way it was and is.

Thanks again.

Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:22:09 -0600
To: Acharya S
From: LB
Subject: rethinking viral myths

When I read your page ... I was already way up on the AIDS myth, BUT when I read the statement that sperm is immunosuppressive - that made me think as I know something of the vectoring of viral contagion to the human system so I clicked on your link and came back with a message of page not found.

So then I went out to find it myself ... Excerpt follows:

"Male homosexuals have antispermatozoal antibodies in the blood, which crossreact with Tcells and have been linked to the occurrence of azoospermia and testicular atrophy in homosexual men (Adams, DonovanBrand & FriedmanKien, 1988; Ma & Armstrong, 1989). The same antibodies have been detected in female patients with AIDS (Sheppard & Ascher, 1990) and are crossreactive with Tcells and HIV antibodies. The common factor is obviously anal intercourse, a main riskfactor for female as for male AIDS. These crossreactions reflect a mixed state of allogenic and autoimmunity in which patients, with and without HIV, reject their own Tcells because they cannot distinguish them from antigens from spermatozoa."

I have always recognized anal sex as intrinsically disease-ridden as the tissue can break easily and allow fecal matter to enter the blood stream. However the above says that the body rejects the bonding of T-Cells, as it can not tell the difference between T-Cells and the antigens from sperm! The body gets confused and thinks the T-Cell has already bonded! INCREDIBLE!!!!!!

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